Three weeks after the disclosure of a serious flaw within the Domain Name System (DNS), Apple has yet to patch its MAC OS X operating system, but the company may be able to look to a third party in defense.
In an e-mail to CNET News, Mogull said "Apple may be stuck between a rock and a hard place on this one, but they've chosen the worst possible option--remaining silent."
Say it isn't so?!!!? Apple has a problem with security? They can't figure out the patch?
Staying silent??? Wow, that's NEW!
Come on Apple, act like a thought leader, not some has-been wanna be, who can't admit that there are flaws in ALL software...
The time for arrogance is over, get with the program.
The current fix, is to forward all DNS requests to a patched system, from a DIFFERENT vendor, such as Microsoft, Linux, or Unix. How long until the corporations realize that Apple doesn't care if they're vulnerable, as long as Apple doesn't admit the vulnerabilities?
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